#1
Its really a NPUPD, but hey, the guitars only a week old. Got the PUPs today, took about 2 hours to get them in but well worth it..
In a nutshell:
Washburn WB-35
Seymour Duncan Invader (Bridge)
Seymour Duncan Alnico II (Neck)





Comments? Questions?
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#2
An invader..

In a semi hollow?

Epic feedback.
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#3
not even!
i was skeptical.... but i dunno, its turned out really nice.
plus the Alnico II balances it out.
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#4
Invader in a semi-hollow?

Win.

HNGD!
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#5
Gutsy move there, but hey, if it worked out, then awesome.

HNGD
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I played this guitar once. It unleashed the ****ing fury and I got kicked out of Guitar Center.
#6
very nice! looks great, and i like the pickup combo!
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-Dan Le Sac Vs The Scroobius Pip
#8
Beautiful Guitar. Don't like the polepieces though on the SD, they're absolutely huge!

HNGD!
Moving on.....
#10
What type of music are you playing and tell us more about the sound. Certain hollow bodies can kick some serious ass in rock but they're so often overlooked by rock guitarists because of the looks.
#13
I once heard of a guy putting a dimebucker in his tele...


Nice job there, I want some clips of this thing.
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#14
I can imagine you showing up at a gig and somebody says "wow that guy looks like a good jazz guitarist" and then you play some metallica and that guys face melts.....


....hngdandpud
GEAR

1966 MUSTANG

valveking 112

markley tuner
Ernie Ball Wah
digitech whammy
fulltone ocd
usa big muff
boss dd7
boss rc-2

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#15
hows that alnico II? is it more of a vintage style pup or does it work well for anything? i would have never thought of combining those two pups but to you for doing it. especially in a hollow body! thats a real nice shot of the real nice flamed top in that first photo.


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Schecter C-1 Classic
Frankentele
Laney Ironheart 60w + Avatar Cab

#17
the invader sounds no different to if it were on a solid guitar, so the gamble paid off.

as for the alnico, its so versitile. you get some great cleans on it for heaps of styles not just jazzy stuff.

and yes, it melts the unsuspecting faces of an elderly audience.
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#18
Quote by PSM
What type of music are you playing and tell us more about the sound. Certain hollow bodies can kick some serious ass in rock but they're so often overlooked by rock guitarists because of the looks.


I play a mix of heavy rock (Karnivool) hardcore (Enter Shikari) and pop punk (AAR, old Fall Out Boy)
covers all the bases rather nicely.
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#19
oo, nice. HNGD and HNPUPD!
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Epiphone Limited Edition '66 G-400 SG
Fender Standard P Bass
Ampeg BA115
Boss Metal Zone Pedal
Electro-Harmonix Memory Toy Analog Delay
#20
Not really well versed on pups, but that's a great looking guitar, hngd
#21
Quote by gregs1020
I once heard of a guy putting a dimebucker in his tele...


Yeah, that plus his vertical stack and fancy pedals was a tone machine.